HBO announced that its broadband-video service, HBO Go, will be coming “soon” to Sony’s PlayStation 3 videogame console with an app for the just-released PS4 to follow. Netflix has been available on…
No matter how many next-day TV ratings stories I write, I'm still the embodiment of the headache networks and advertisers suffer from these days.
HBO — looking to keep pace with online rival Netflix — is planning to bring its Internet-video service to Google's cheap Chromecast device for TVs. "We are actively exploring supporting Chromecast as…
Even before Netflix's historic 14 Emmy nominations, including nine for acclaimed series "House of Cards," there's been chatter that Netflix is "the new HBO." Well, no. If the suggestion is that…
HBO and Netflix have professed little concern over customers who lend subscription passwords to those who don't pay the monthly fees to access their programming.
Apple has gotten its hands on cable TV networks in a fashion — announcing that HBO Go and WatchESPN are now available directly on Apple TV set-tops — but the services are available only to…
Consumers could eventually be able to buy HBO Go without having to pay for a subscription to the pay-TV channel if the latest series of hints from HBO CEO Richard Plepler are to be believed–just not…
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The whiners are correct: It's time for a broadband-only offering from HBO in the U.S.
If Reed Hastings needs another reason to hope for a partnership with HBO, new data on mobile video consumption isn't going to change his mind.
As HBO subscribers embrace the pay cabler's digital platform, HBO Go has quietly added original series to its programing mix.
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